The North Become The Longest Reigning Champions in Impact Wrestling History


We reported earlier this month here on eWn that The North (Josh Alexander and Ethan Page) were the longest-reigning tag-team champions in Impact Wrestling history. Impact Wrestling took to Twitter today, revealing that Alexander and Page have now held the tag-team titles for 381 days. That marks the most days for any title in the company’s history.

Bobby Roode was Impact Wrestling World Champion for 256 days. Jeff Jarrett had the longest World Title reign of the NWA:TNA run with 347 days. Austin Aries held the X Division for 301 days. Taya Valkyrie held the Knockouts title for 377 days. It should be noted that this does not apply to the company’s defunct titles. Eric Young and ODB held the Knockouts tag-team titles for 469 days. Abyss held the TNA Television title for 396 days.


The North vs. The Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley) is set for this week’s Impact Wrestling broadcast.

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